Singer Runtown tells Nigerians not to let people cause division among them

Singer Runtown tells Nigerians not to let people cause division among them

- Popular Nigerian singer, Runtown, recently took to social media to advice numerous fans

- The music star did this in reaction to the recent happenings in the country

- Runtown advised against people letting themselves be divided by those who had an agenda

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Top Nigerian music star, Runtown, recently took to his social media page to advise people in the country.

Seeing as a lot of things recently went down in the country as a result of the End SARS protests that then led to different claims on social media, the singer felt it important to share his view.

According to Runtown’s post on Twitter, some people were trying to rewrite what other people had witnessed just to cause division. He added that people should know that they are not free until they are free everywhere.

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Singer Runtown tells Nigerians not to let people cause division among them
Nigerian singer Runtown recently shared important advice with fans. Photos: @runtown / IG.
Source: Instagram

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In his words:

“I know everyone is trying to rewrite everything you have witnessed, and cause division among us. But know this, we are not FREE until we are FREE everywhere.”

See his tweet below:

Runtown has been at the forefront of the EndSARS movement. He and Falz picked up the mantle a few days after Naira Marley made the last-minute cancellation of his much-anticipated protest.


In other news, reported that popular Nigerian cross-dresser, Idris 'Bobrisky' Okuneye, was recently called out on social media for making a distasteful joke about fallen Nigerians who joined the End SARS protests.

The socialite shared a now-deleted post on his Instagram page where he said that he would not join the End SARS protest until he got a fortified bulletproof vest from his village.

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Bobrisky addressed those who wanted him to go out and protest and asked if they wanted him to join as a woman or a man. He said that he would have to go to Ijebu Igbo first before joining.

In the caption of the post, he added that he was not ready to die yet.

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